chapter  2
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Business Strategy and Community Culture: Policy as a Structured Accommodation of Conflict

ByRay Loveridge

Large business enterprises now play a dominant role in shaping the work and non-work lives of people living in industrial societies. The concentration of ownership and employment within a few jointstock companies is a phenomenon common to most Western capitalist countries and increasingly is one that crosses national boundaries in the form of the multi-national corporation.